Red teamers hurdle AI guardrails

Demonstrates 'importance of including scientists in AI quality and safety assessments,' Royal Society

John Leonard
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Red teamers hurdle AI guardrails
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Red teamers hurdle AI guardrails

An experiment conducted by the Royal Society and Humane Intelligence revealed significant vulnerabilities in Large Language Models (LLMs) when generating scientific misinformation.

Forty UK post-graduates studying health and climate sciences were divided into teams and given personas - Good Samaritan, Profiteer, Attention Hacker and Coordinated Influence Operator. Their task ...

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